Live performance from the radio during ECMA weekend in Corner Brook. 'Blue, Red and Grey', 'Annie' and 'The Lowlands' from Space. Then a brand new song from her upcoming CD, 'Gasoline Alley'. She ends her set with the title track 'Space' which is up for Folk Recording of the Year. Topics: teresa ennis, ecma
The New York Post recently ran the story about veteran newsman Don Ennis who recently had come to work in a black dress announcing that he was leaving his wife and would henceforth be known as âDawn.â Of course, in our backwards culture, Don-turned-Dawn was encouraged in his deviant behavior rather than helped. And not surprisingly, Don-turned-Dawn didnât find peace. She has decided to be a he again. If we truly care about people, then itâs time to put behind us this sorry chapter of... Topics: 414 Project, Peter Heck, Don Ennis, Dawn Ennis, transgender
Notification that local Head Start program must compete for continued funding (Unofficial mirror of http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/277891-head-start-funding-competition-letter.html) Topics: documentcloud, starnews, 1359-ennis-dave
State agency orders outside assessment of New Hanover anti-poverty program. (Unofficial mirror of http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/269347-oeoletter11182011.html) Topics: documentcloud, starnews, 1359-ennis-dave
John Ennis and Jessica Makinson dropped by to chat... and chat we did! They are both cool and funny. You should check out their show at the Steve Allen Theater. It is both boss and groovy. Topics: jessica, makinson, john, ennis, buckshot, boogaloo, podcast
Geek Girl Chicago is back to discuss religion right before the birth of Christ! Why doesn't Doctor Who meet Jesus? Are supereheroes and religion simply the search for perfection? Does mythology automatically mean made up? There are so many things to make people mad here and that's our gift to you. Topic: Joseph Campbell Garth ennis resurrection perfection
#ymmfire @mattmays , paid his own way and hotel to be part of it A true Canadian that cares but a #nlfd er tonight https://t.co/aOmWHQUMhR Topics: videobot, archiveteam, twitter, twitter.com, 730936517183574017, Steve Ennis
I start off this episode talking about the problems with the Internet, how people take what I say the wrong way and why you shouldn't things so seriously especially from a stranger. I then move on and talk about some football specifically Mr. Attention Whore, Brett Favre, and Michael Vick. Lastly, I go over some news and review the rather long book, War Stories: Vol. 2 (Garth Ennis). Website: http://vforvertigo.blogspot.com Email: email@example.com Voicemail: 206-339-6580 Forums:... Topics: vertigo, comics, comic books, comic, war, garth ennis
Start off the hour with Jenn Grant, from her new CD 'Echoes'. Then 20 minutes of live music from Teresa Ennis. She performed live on the radio during ECMA weekend. More live tracks from Blue Rodeo's Daze in America EP. End the hour with one more song from Hey Rosetta! who played Kingston later that night. Great concert. Opening act had to cancel so the band opened for themselves doing a 45 minute acoustic set. Still got their full set after a 10 minute break. Topics: hey rosetta, jenn grant, teresa ennis, blue rodeo
Some Christmas music and a Curling song from R.J. Lautenschlager. Songs from Teresa Ennis' latest CD "Stars" and go back to 2004 with The Irish Descendants as they're coming to Kingston in March. Topics: teresa ennis, r.j. lautenschlager, irish descendants, salt water music
We discuss pretty much everything there is to discuss over this crazy Halloween weekend. Marc goes on a lot of rants as he can't control his ADD, and Rebecca has to deal with him all by her lonesome. We also somewhat discuss True Faith (Garth Ennis, Warren Pleece) and Preacher: Ancient History (Garth Ennis). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.vforvertigo.com Forums: www.thecomicforums.com Topics: vertigo comics, comics, comic books, garth ennis, true faith, preacher
Start off with the music of Teresa Ennis on her birthday. Then new artists for the rest of the hour. Sam Ryan, a duo based in Halifax. Blues from the Eileen Joyce Band. More blues from John Campbelljohn's live CD recorded in Germany. End the hour with some rock/blues from Mike Richey. Topics: teresa ennis, sam ryan, eileen joyce, john campbelljohn, mike richey
In this rather long episode, we're one man down. We don't know where the hell Jonathan is but he does leave us his thoughts and prayers. Sans prayers. Rebecca and Marc sure do a lot of talking about nothing. Marc cries since HBO is pulling the plug on Preacher. However, they cover his favorite trade of the series, Preacher: Until the End of the World (by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon), and Jesse's messed up background brings another tear to his eye. Rebecca sure gets giddy as we cover her... Topics: fables, vertigo, comics, preacher, willingham, ennis, dillon, comic books
Had no theme for this week's show but then realized I could have female singers for Hour 1. So an hour of music with Catherine MacLellan, Teresa Ennis, Allison Crowe, Andrea Wittgens and Jessica Rhaye. Topics: Catherine MacLellan, Teresa Ennis, Allison Crowe, Andrea Wittgens, Jessica Rhaye
En esta ocasión Mon le ha recomendado a Pablo el cómic de culto por excelencia: Predicador, de Garth Ennis y Steve Dillon, un cómic que sin haber ganado grandes premios en su momento (un par de nominaciones a los Eisner) es un inquilino permanente de las listas de “los cómics que debes leer”. De hecho no creo que puedas encontrar una sola lista en internet que no lo incluya entre los 10 primeros. Es un cómic difícilmente clasificable (¿Road comic, fantasía, western, crítica... Topics: preacher, predicador, Ennis, Dillon, Extremadura, extrebeo, comic, historieta, vertigo
Nueva entrega del podcast de cÃ³mics sin pelos en la lengua, en esta ocasiÃ³n le dedicamos el programa a Doctor Who por su 50 aniversario Topics: Comics, Marvel, DC, Garth Ennis, Doctor Who, Tardis, BBC
60 minutes again due to hockey. But I did play brand new music from Kendra Gale and Melanie Samson. Also some Teresa Ennis, Ian Foster and Allison Crowe. Topics: kendra gale, melanie samson, teresa ennis, ian foster, allison crowe
Live on Boxing Day with the music of Allison Crowe, Gulliver's Spree, Teresa Ennis and Ian Foster. I say hello to some of the online listeners also. Second hour of the show that night. Topics: Allison Crowe, Gulliver's Spree, Teresa Ennis, Ian Foster
Hour 1 with brand new music from Teresa Ennis' CD Stars. Then Amelia Curran's album which is up for some ECMA awards. Including a song called The Mistress, which made for an obvious Tiger Woods reference. End the hour with some songs from Jenn Grant's recent concert in Kingston. Topics: teresa ennis, amelia curran, jenn grant, salt water music
Open up with a band from PEI, Haunted Hearts. Instrumental track called "The GST Cheques are here" which I had to play just for the title. Followed by Juno nominee, and eventual winner Amelia Curran from Newfoundland. Stay with the Rock with Chris Picco. End the show with Nathan Wiley, an unreleased Hey Rosetta! song and Teresa Ennis. Topics: Haunted Hearts, Amelia Curran, Chris Picco, Nathan Wiley, Hey Rosetta, Teresa Ennis
An episode of Panel Borders: "Duncan Nott and Alex Fitch talk to Garth Ennis about his comics writing (part 2 of 2)." Topics: Garth Ennis, The Boys, Preacher, War Stories, Alex Fitch, Duncan Nott, Panel Borders, Resonance FM Source: Resonance 104.4 FM
This postdoctoral fellowship report describes activities intended to develop the analysis of the concept of critical thinking. These activities included eight courses at the Berkeley campus of the University of California in logic and philosophy, as well as the presentation of two seminars on the concept of neutrality and on enumerative induction and a paper on conditional logic and primary children. The fellowship also provided opportunities for conference participation and enabled the fellow... Topics: ERIC Archive, Fellowships, Higher Education, Logic, Philosophy, Postdoctoral Education, Ennis,...
Continued with the ECMA theme with Teresa Ennis. Then new music from Keith Hallett and Anna Wheeler. End the hour with Kenny Butler, The Lever Pulled and Ian Foster. Topics: Teresa Ennis, Keith Hallett, Anna Wheeler, Kenny Butler, The Lever Pulled, Ian Foster
Episode 5: St. Patrick's Day 5 Song Set is an eclectic music podcast that plays everything from ragtime to punk. Each episode is five songs long and includes information about the songs and the bands that perform them, as well as other interesting information that varies from show to show. On March 11, 2011, Episode 5 of the podcast was released. In this episode, you'll hear five celtic or celtic punk songs just in time for St. Patrick's Day. The songs in this episode are:"The Last... Topics: music, podcast, paddy punk, mahones, black and tans, toad in the hole, ennis clare, pubcrawlers
Start off the hour with the start of Episode 1 from 2 years earlier. With the first two songs I ever played on the show, by Great Big Sea. Then some new music from Coco Love Alcorn, as my sleep deprivation kicks in. Listen and you'll hear what I mean. A song by Cody Allen who was opening up for Faded Blue on some of their Ontario tour dates. Some songs by Jim Payne and Fergus O'Byrne. And end the hour with Teresa Ennis. Topics: teresa ennis, fergus o'byrne, jim payne, cody allen, coco love alcorn, great big sea
In this episode, I talk about zombies and how various stories have done it wrong and what zombie stories are really about. Hint: it's never about the zombies. For some reason, this show gets me to talk about a ton of non-Vertigo books I've read. I even bring out my paranoia even more than normal. There's some news items this week before I cover Bloody Mary (Garth Ennis, Carlos Ezquerra). Lastly, I go over how DC dropped the ball on the great Garth Ennis. Website: http://vforvertigo.blogspot.com... Topics: Vertigo comics, comics, comic books, Bloody Mary, Garth Ennis, Carlos Ezquerra, The Walking Dead,...
Howdy, Pilgrim! In this extremely long episode (sorry folks), we take a look at Cowboys and Indians—it's hard to say which book is which though. Mosey on down as we read Scalped: Indian Country (by Jason Aaron, R.M. Guera) and Preacher: Proud Americans (by Garth Ennis, Steve Dillon). Marc talks about his disappointment with the Wii, his excitement with getting a 360, and what else is going on in the gaming industry. Not to mention he offends even more creators, religious folk, listeners, and... Topics: garth ennis, steve dillon, preacher, scalped, jason aaron, r.m. guera, comics, comic books, vertigo
THIS STUDY DEALT WITH THE CONCEPT OF DEDUCTIVE LOGIC AND ITS USE BY ADOLESCENTS, AGES 10-18. TWO EMPIRICAL QUESTIONS OF CONCERN IN THIS STUDY WERE (1) THAT OF READINESS FOR MASTERY OF LOGIC AND (2) THAT OF THE NATURAL-CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT OF MASTERY OF LOGIC. TWO DEDUCTION TESTS WERE DEVELOPED, ONE FOR EACH OF THE TYPES OF LOGIC TREATED. THEY WERE THE CORNELL CONDITIONAL-REASONING TEST, FORM X, AND THE CORNELL CLASS-REASONING TEST, FORM X. THE TESTING OF 803 SUBJECTS LED TO (1) THE... Topics: ERIC Archive, Adolescents, Cognitive Development, Cognitive Processes, Critical Thinking, Logical...
I hate talking about mediocre things yet this fall, TV season is full of them: The Event, Lonestar, Hellcats, and My Generation. If you find yourself running out of DVR room, don't watch those. There's no news this week but I do cover something else not so bad trade in Goddess (Garth Ennis, Phil Winslade). So listen to me bring it this week to make up for it with my singing and impersonations. In other words, just another episode. Website: http://vforvertigo.blogspot.com Email:... Topics: Vertigo comics, comics, comic books, Garth Ennis, Phil Winslade, The Event, My Generation,...